Damien Molony Interview: ‘AN IRISH MAN ABROAD’ Kung Fu Panda, GameFace, Suspects, Brassic 3 & more!
Damien is interviewed on the latest episode of An Irish Man abroad.
Our fave actor talks to Jarleth Regan on the podcast about his entire career on stage and screen, from the beginning to the latest, sharing never heard before insights in a really natural, uplifting, funny, easy to listen and in-depth interview.
Damien recollects his childhood in Kildare Ireland and being at boarding school, and shares hilarious tales from his university years and drama school. In a rare insight into his personal life he also touches on fatherhood and family life.
Now imagine Damien as Kung Fu Panda and other Disney characters… his hilarious account of a time when he studied at Drama Centre London will have you in tears of laughter.
The project seemed straight forward. Assume the form of a cartoon character of your choice in front of the drama school class. @damienmolony (Brassic, Game Face) explains one of the most challenging roles and funniest moments of his career. This week on #IrishmanAbroad. pic.twitter.com/aqQKZBmwPX
— Jarlath Regan (@Jarlath) August 20, 2020
He also reflects on ‘making it’ as an actor and his career so far, including working with Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen, the speed and craziness of filming Suspects, auditioning for GameFace, his instant connection with Roisin Conaty and how similar he is to is character Jon in the comedy, as well as meeting Brassic creator Joe Gilgun and an exclusive scoop on upcoming series 3. There is also an excellent gem all about losing his first script for Being Human… and so much more.
Take a listen to the 30 minute excerpt below!
The full podcast is available by subscription, why not treat yourself to the extended cut? For the price of a coffee it really is well worth it, to hear what is possibly the ultimate Damien interview of all time. (DMF gains nothing from promoting it, we just think it is FAB.)
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Not that we would ever forget, but this interview is a fantastic reminder of Damien’s incredible acting journey and all the amazing projects he has been involved in and brought to us fans over many years. Plus, it is always a treat to hear those exclusive nuggets from the man himself, who has always remained honest and humble, despite his continued projection into the starry heights above the world of acting.
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